The Mystery of the Swimming Gorilla
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Mystery of the Swimming Gorilla by P. J. McMahon
Book DescriptionThere can be only three in the Freaky Joe Club Those are the rules, set down by Freaky Joe himself in the big red book, slightly chewed on one corner and wrapped in a locked bicycle chain. The newest chapter of the Freaky Joe Club consists of Conor, Timmy, and Jack, and their mission is to solve crimes and fight evil in Ship's Cove, Texas -- if they can only convince anyone that there is evil in Ship's Cove. When bicycles start disappearing all over Ship's Cove, the Freaky Joe Club has its first case. Why would anyone steal a bunch of bicycles? How can a crime buster be taken seriously if he has to ride a pink Magical Baby Katie bicycle? And most of all,...WHO IS FREAKY JOE?
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780689862601
(193mm x 130mm x 10mm)
Imprint: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Publish Date: 1-May-2004
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
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The members of the Freaky Joe Club return to the Edith R. Hammerrocker Elementary School, where they try to figure out the mystery of the Hammerrocker Hamsters.
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Author Biography - P. J. McMahon
John Manders uses an old master's technique of layering colored glazes over a monochromatic underpainting and does extensive research for many of his projects. He and his wife, Lisa, live with two dogs and a parrot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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